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Long list of Harlow residents charged with drugs offences

Communities / Mon 10th Mar 2014 pm31 02:40pm

A NUMBER of people appeared in court last week charged with drug-dealing following a police crackdown in Harlow to enhance the quality of life for people living and working in the town.

Operation Hornet was Essex Police’s response to community concerns and intelligence following reported Class A drug activity and violence over the past few months.

On Tuesday, March 4 officers executed search warrants at 31 residential properties under the Misuse of Drugs Act resulting in 20 arrests and the recovery of large quantities of cocaine and heroin.

The following day (Wednesday), 14 people from Harlow (unless otherwise stated) appeared at Chelmsford Magistrates Court after being detained in police custody.

Chloe Lewis, a 19-year-old waitress was Hare Street Springs, was charged with two counts of supplying a Class A drug and one count of being in possession of a Class A drug.

Daniel Allen, a 32-year-old man from Landsdowne Road in Ilford, was charged with three counts of being concerned in the supply of a Class A drug.

Richard Agyapong, a 19-year-old student from Willowfield, was charged with three counts of supplying a Class A drug.

Martell Stirling, a 22-year-old unemployed man of no fixed address, was charged with six counts of supplying a Class A drug and one count of being in possession of a Class A drug with intent to supply.

Natalie Daniels, a 42-year-old unemployed woman from Hull Grove, was charged with four counts of supplying a Class A drug.

Melanie King, a 33-year-old unemployed woman of no fixed address, was charged with three counts of supplying a Class A drug.

Hassan Mohammed, a 46-year-old deliveryman of no fixed address, was charged with five counts of being concerned in the supply of a Class A drug and one count of one count of supplying a Class A drug.

James Clarke, a 36-year-old unemployed man from Bush Fair, was charged with two counts of supplying a Class A drug and one count of being concerned in the supply of a Class A drug.

David Smith, a 38-year-old unemployed man from The Dashes, was charged with five counts of supplying a Class A drug, one count of theft from a motor vehicle, one count of theft of a pedal cycle and three counts of handling stolen goods.

Oliver Smith, a 39-year-old construction worker from Parsonage Leys, was charged with seven counts of supplying a Class A Drug.

Benjamin Adjei, a 28-year-old unemployed man from Brockles Mead, was charged with six counts of supplying a Class A Drug.

Ambrose Jones, a 25-year-old unemployed man from Sewell Harris Close, was charged with one count of supplying a Class A drug.

Kelvin Nelson-Addy, an 18-year-old man from Northbrooks, was charged with one count of supplying a Class A drug and one count of possessing a Class B drug.

Robert Irving, an 18-year-old student from Hodings Road, was charged with eight counts of supplying a Class A drug.

The six remaining people from Harlow, three 17-year-old boys, a 16-year-old boy, and two men aged 18 and 34, who were arrested are currently on police bail until later this month (March), April and June pending further enquiries into suspected drug offences.

Neighbourhood policing officers continue to urge people to call them on 101 with any suspicious activity in their area.

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